My Christmas Hampers

Last year I started making original, economic and eco-friendly presents for Christmas. My solution: making soe cute Christmas hampers full of treats and delicacies. They do not cost even 10% the price of the famous Fortnum & Masons’ hampers, but they look just as nice and most importantly – they are unique! They require a bit of work but if you are organised, once you have made one, you have made ten. Please find below the details of the contents of my hampers. For the materials, you will find everything you need on amazon: kraft paper, decorative cellotape, ribbon, bottles, jars, etc.

Contents:

  • Port prunes  (recipe available in French  here, on Recettes de Conserve website)
  • Onion confit  (recipe available in French  here, on La Fille de l’Anse aux Coques website)
  • Nori algae and lemon zest salt (recipe available in French  here, on Bergeou’s website)
  • Cinnamon-vanilla sugar (recipe available in French  here, on C’est moi qui l’ai fait website)
  • Provencal herbs olive oil (Nice and easy, no recipe. Just pour some top quality olive oil in a botle and add some provencal herbs. Done!)
  • Fig vinegar (recipe available in French  here, on Cuisine Campagne website)
  • Olives gressinis (recipe available in French  here, on Cuisine TV website)
  • Fig – pecorino sablés  (recipe available in French  here, on Talons Hauts et Cacao website)
  • Pear-roquefort sablés (same recipe as the previous one, just replace the pecorino with some roquefort cheese and the figs with some pears)
  • Minin gingerbread cakes (recipe available in French  here, on Gourmand’Iz website)
  • Cannelés from Bordeaux (recipe available in French  here, on Le Journal des Femmes website)
  • Fleur de sel chocolate (recipe available in French  here, on Chef Nini’s website)
  • Decorated Gingerbread Christmas Stars and Men (recipe available in English  here, on Joy Of Baking website)

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